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Anolis roquet (LACÉPÈDE, 1788)

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Higher TaxaDactyloidae, Iguania, Sauria (lizards) 
SubspeciesAnolis roquet roquet (BONNATERRE 1789)
Anolis roquet caracoli LAZELL 1972: 91
Anolis roquet majolgris LAZELL 1972: 89
Anolis roquet salinei LAZELL 1972: 91
Anolis roquet summus LAZELL 1972: 88
Anolis roquet zebrilus LAZELL 1972: 90 
Common NamesMartinique's anole, Savannah Anole 
SynonymLacerta roquet LACÉPÈDE 1788: 1
Lacerta roquet — BONNATERRE 1789: 54
Ptychonotus fasciatus — FITZINGER 1843: 65 (fide BOULENGER 1885)
Anolis roquet — NICHOLSON et al. 2005
Dactyloa roquet — NICHOLSON et al. 2012

Anolis roquet roquet (BONNATERRE 1789)
Anolis martinicensis SUCKOW 1798
Anolis cepedii MERREM 1820: 45
Anolis goudotii DUMÉRIL & BIBRON 1837: 108
Anolis alligator DUMÉRIL & BIBRON 1837: 134
Dactyloa goudotii — FITZINGER 1843: 67 (fide BOULENGER 1885)
Anolis alligator — BOULENGER 1885: 31
Anolis roquet roquet — UNDERWOOD in WILLIAMS et al. 1959
Anolis roquet — SCHWARTZ & HENDERSON 1991: 328

Anolis roquet caracoli LAZELL 1972
Anolis roquet caracoli — SCHMIDT 1980
Anolis roquet caracoli — ROUGHGARDEN 1995
Anolis roquet caracoli — AKERET 2012: 120 (Terraria/Elaphe 3)
Dactyloa roquet cracoli [sic] — NICHOLSON et al. 2012

Anolis roquet majolgris LAZELL 1972
Anolis roquet majolgris — SCHMIDT 1980
Anolis roquet majolgris — ROUGHGARDEN 1995
Dactyloa roquet majogris [sic] — NICHOLSON et al. 2012

Anolis roquet salinei LAZELL 1972
Anolis roquet salinei — SCHMIDT 1980
Anolis roquet salinei — ROUGHGARDEN 1995
Dactyloa roquet salinei — NICHOLSON et al. 2012

Anolis roquet summus LAZELL 1972
Anolis roquet summus — SCHMIDT 1980
Anolis roquet summus — ROUGHGARDEN 1995
Dactyloa roquet summa — NICHOLSON et al. 2012
Anolis roquet summus — ZAWADZKI 2013

Anolis roquet zebrilus LAZELL 1972
Anolis roquet zebrilus — SCHMIDT 1980
Anolis roquet zebrilus — VOSS 1997
Anolis roquet zebrilus — ROUGHGARDEN 1995
Dactyloa roquet zebrila — NICHOLSON et al. 2012 
DistributionLesser Antilles: Martinique. All subspecies described by LAZELL 1972 occur on Martinique.

roquet: southern and central Martinique, except for extreme southeastern part; Rocher de Diamant; intergrades with A. r. caracoli and A. r. salinei; specimens from Trinité and Ilet St.-Aubin combine characters of A. r. roquet, A. r. majoîgris, and A. r. caracoli. Type locality: None given. “Fort-de-France, Martinique” designated by Lazell 1972 (to neotype).

caracoli: eastern end of Presqu'île de la Caravelle.

majoigris: northeastern coast from Derrière Morne ta Le Lorain.

salinei: extreme southeastern Martinique; Île Cabrits, Ilet Chevalier.

summus: mountains of northern Martinique from Montagne Pelée south ta Absalon above Fort-de-France.

zebrilus: north-cental west coast from Case Pilote north ta Le Trou, south of St.-Pierre. Map legend:
TDWG region - Region according to the TDWG standard, not a precise distribution map.

NOTE: TDWG regions are generated automatically from the text in the distribution field and not in every cases it works well. We are working on it.
 
TypesNeotype: MCZ 81581
HOLOTYPE MCZ 81601 [caracoli]
HOLOTYPE MCZ 81664 [majoigris]
HOLOTYPE MCZ 81675 [salinei]
HOLOTYPE MCZ 81530 [summus]
HOLOTYPE MCZ 81619 [zebrilus] 
CommentSynonymy: after Lazell 1972.

Distribution: not in Venezuela; reports from Venezuela are based on A. extremus, formerly, A. roquet extremus, a species that has been introduced to Venezuela [RIVAS et al. 2012]. Reported from other islands too (Grenada, Barbados, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Guiana) but now restricted to Martinique (Creer et al. 2001).

Nomenclature: SAVAGE (2003) suggested to reject Lacepède’s (1788) “Histoire Naturelle des Quadrupèdes Ovipares” as a non-binominal work (Case 3226; Bull. Zool. Nom. 60 (2)). This application has been successful. The ICZN (2005) has ruled that Lacepède’s (1788) work (and all subsequent editions of this work) are rejected as an unavailable, non-binominal work.

Size: max snouth-vent-length (SVL) in mm (male/female): 86/66
Size: max snouth-vent-length (SVL) in mm (male/female): 82/62 (summus)
Size: max snouth-vent-length (SVL) in mm (male/female): 82/50 (majolgris)
Size: max snouth-vent-length (SVL) in mm (male/female): 82/63 (zebrilus)
Size: max snouth-vent-length (SVL) in mm (male/female): 79/58 (caracoli)
Size: max snouth-vent-length (SVL) in mm (male/female): 78/62 (salinei)

Species groups: Dactyloa roquet species group (fide NICHOLSON et al. 2012). 
References
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